by Øyvind Bordal and Magne Klann

Advice at every level, for cruisers and racers alike.  Words and pictures.  Even moving  pictures.

by Magne Klann

Advice at every level, for cruisers and racers alike.  Words and pictures.  Even moving  pictures.

by Rodney Pell

The story of Sheemaun, a Little Ship Club boat written by her owner, Rodney Pell, HPO Ramsgate

One of our own by one of our own

by Basil Mosenthal

This is a book I would like very much to find in my Christmas stocking

by Sara Hopkinson

This is a book I would like very much to find in my Christmas stocking

by John Blake

 The Illustrated History of Maps and Navigational Charts, and The Sea Charts of the British Isles

both by John Blake 

by Kim Sturgess

A new sailor's voyage of discovery

by Arthur Ransome

This book should interest every member of the Club as it explains the link between the Club and Arthur Ransome. 

by Brian Hammett

This book should interest every member of the Club as it explains the link between the Club and Arthur Ransome. 

by Nick Ardley

Nick Ardley's latest book takes us on a journey from Rochester on the Medway up to Richmond bridge.

by Alison Noice

This book is an invaluable manual not only for anyone studying for their Yachtmaster exams,

by Rod Heikell

A useful guide for a sailor and an interesting read for a tourist.

by Jim Whippy

This delightful how to book is brought to you by Adlard Coles.

by Fiona Sims

A very complete book

by Nicholas Gray

Two people wanted to review this book:  Martyn Graham and Rodney Pells both give their views.  Click and see if they agreed.

by Peter Bruce

An iconic work: expensive but worth it.

by Dilip Donde

An inspiration and delight to read

by Janet Harber

A great insight into the nature of this cruising area

by Derek Aslett

A great guide to the exotic towns and creeks of the Solent.

by Pat Manley

Contains a lot of very useful and practical information.

by Julia Jones

An enthralling, tense read

by Jones G.a

An enthralling, tense read

by Nick Ardley

Published by  Fonthill Media

by Tom Cunliffe

Published by Adlard Coles Nautical, Bloomsbury

by Mark Fishwick

Published by Fernhurst Books, the latest edition of West Country Cruising continues the valuable role of being both an excellent pilot guide to some of the very finest cruising grounds around our coast and also providing that local knowl

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Published in paperback by New Wave Press

by Justin Tyers

Published by Bloomsbury,  this book is a good account of a couple whose lives were reborn by taking to the sea after a disastrous fire that destroyed their home.

by Mike Peyton

This book is a memoir of a far from average experience of WW11.

by Dag Pike

Published by : Pantaenius

by Les Weatheritt

Published by : Adlard Coles Nautical

I read this as someone who has never sailed the Atlantic, but has a notion I’d like to. Did I find this useful?

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More of an introduction to rigging rather than a definitive guide.

by Sandy Lindsey

It is a no nonsense book with something for everybody. There are bound to be maintenance tips here that will be of value to all sailors.

 

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A fascinating insight into cruising the Intracoastal Waterway, Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River.

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Bob Shepton is an ordained minister but spends most of his time sailing into the Arctic and making first ascents of inaccessible mountains. No tea parties for this vicar.

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We now have the 2015 Reeds Nautical Almanac in the Club library.

Every year data within the Almanac is improved and this year there have been over 45,000 changes. The layout is clear and logical.

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Published by Fernhurst Books, this is an excellent book, ideal for all sailors who race, or are thinking of racing.

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Published by Wiley Nautical – now Fernhurst Books.

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- It is so refreshing to pick up a book that is fresh and full of original content, not hashed

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Published by Adlard Coles Nautical

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Whilst the Global Maritime Distress Safety System has been in place now for over 20 years constant technological developments mean it's always good to refresh our knowledge of the technical and procedural aspects of GMDSS. 

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Although the word "crew" appears in the title, this book would be useful for both skippers and crews looking to improve their racing technique. 

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This is an interesting little book of quirky facts and figures about the curious ways weather affects our world.  It expands on the well-known meteorology information most sailors are familiar with, delving deeper into the ramifications

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This is a small book of just under 100 pages that fits comfortably on the  book shelf in the cabin and can easily be read in an evening. 

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The author, Roger Barnes, has sailed in yachts as well as dinghies. He decided to sail open boats, small enough to trail behind a car, so that he could explore local and more distant shores.

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The Manual manages to juggle between the fine line of comedic and factual texts. It provides useful and no doubt life saving information that would help you survive in the the wild until the rescue crew arrived.

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A fresh look at the evidence by a former Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents Published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

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I picked up this book because it looked like an interesting topic. But is a purely an "A to Z" reference book for two types of people; those who are either working in this line of subject matter (i.e.

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